I hate postmodernism by CleverFoolOfEarth in TumblrInAction

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[They] are just that: human ideas.

Okay, human sexual dimorphism. No matter which time and culture you look at, there are two sexes. If we ever venture out into space and live on different planets, there will still only be humans that produce eggs and humans that produce sperm. You can look in a microscope and verify which one is which with any given cell. You can dig up a skeleton and tell if it’s male or female. A simple blood panel will tell you which sex you’re looking at. Sex is unchanging and verifiable.

How about gender roles? Well, it turns out any given culture tends to have differing ideas about what things are appropriate for each sex depending on which time you catch them. And that just with one culture. Differing cultures can (and do) have drastically differing ideas about this. If we go live in outer spaces, who even knows what roles we’ll relegate to which sex? There’s no quantitative test to ascertain what these roles might be. The expectations you put on the sexes are changing and completely unverifiable.

So, idk, which one seems like an objective fact and which seems like a human idea?

Wait, what? How do lesbians work again? by jet199 in TumblrInAction

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Says the gay guy with so many extra steps.

NPR casually erases women from menstruation. by julesburm1891 in GenderCritical

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That got me too. Somehow the entirely of the female population and 40% of the male population is somehow made to feel bad about having a period? We live in the most insane timeline.

Everybody look at the cute prepuberty transkid and ignore the huge balding men in women's sports: Guardian article by GConly in GenderCritical

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…they do realize pretty much all cheer squads are already co-ed? Having a guy with more upper body strength is useful for some lifts. (Source: my sister competed in cheer from middle school to graduation.) This comparison is not even remotely the same thing as a guy being on the softball or girl’s basketball team.

A well documented trend by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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Show me one clit that’s naturally 3-6 inches in size. Just one.

Tennessee politicians have become a Coven of TERFs (sadly the T are taking down the LGB) by BEB in GenderCritical

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  1. Okay, let’s entertain the just a small number of athletes argument. Let’s say there’s seven TiMs competing in the discus throw in the entire state of Tennessee. So, what happens when two or even three of the girls’ discus throw state championship places go to those boys? Does it matter then that only seven boys were competing against hundreds of girls?
  2. The small numbers argument is bullshit anyways. They trans-identified population has exploded over the past five years. It’s not like some 2011 figure where only .3% of population identified as trans.
  3. Let’s pretend we all roll over and accept boys who say they’re girls can pummel girls in sports and steal their scholarships. What happens when all the “non-binary” boys start claiming it’s unfair to ask them to play boys’ teams and that they should get to play on the girls’ teams instead? If there’s one thing the trans rights movement has shown us, it’s that the goalposts will never remain fixed. If we collectively accept the current TRA claim, I’m willing to bet everything I own that we’ll see non-binary people claiming they should get to choose which team they play on in 3-5 years.

This unbelievably Orwellian 30-second CNN clip shows exactly what we can expect from the corporate media for the next 4 years by Tarrock in politics

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It never ceases to amaze me how liberals can’t see how hard the media sucks Democrat dick. Regardless of where you fall, how can you deny the disparate media coverage?

People who aren't trans putting their pronouns on Twitter are super fucking weird by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Considering most trans people never shut up about being trans and/or can be clocked across a football field, that argument doesn’t make much sense to begin with.

Really need to vent (Apparently I'm crazy) by Kai_Decadence in GenderCritical

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Uh, from all of this it sounds like your brother is the one taking things too seriously. He’s the one freaking out that you didn’t use the “preferred pronouns.”

Out of curiosity, how many TIMs does your brother know in real life and how does that compare to his perception of them from the internet?

There are two kinds of nonbinary people by fuckupaddams in GenderCritical

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I was going to say a) those who are “not like other girls/guys” and b) those who have a whole lot of internalized sexism. But, this is way more to the point.

Imagine being this delusional. by julesburm1891 in GenderCritical

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Ffs. I can’t even.

Fake naked photos of thousands of women shared online by radmoon in GenderCritical

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I don’t understand how fucked in the head you’d have to be to think this just a joke or not a big deal.

Transgender Columnist Fantasizes About 'Trans Girls' Violently Raping Women | Women Are Human by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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Aren’t those one and the same?

JFC. When I read the comments on posts like these, I feel like the world is lost. WTF is wrong with these people. by denverkris in GenderCritical

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TERFs always try to get lesbians to agree with their awful ideology

Uh, I became a “terf” (as did pretty most other lesbians I know irl) because of the pressure from transwomen to take dick. TERFs don’t have to recruit. Tims do the job for them.

An accurate prediction of where the LGBTQAI-train is headed (from Tatsuya Ishida) by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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At what point are Cyrillic and Greek letters just going to start being added to the alphabet soup?

Anyone else reading "Irreversible Damage?" Here's a chilling excerpt... by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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The sex positive crowd somehow ended up being bigger, more controlling assholes than the abstinence crowd at my childhood baptist church.

ACLU Free Speech Hypocrisy by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Total non sequitur, but Transy is where Jefferson Davis attended school.

If you call any university Harvard of anything, you should die of shame. That’s one of the most cringe things I can think of.

Librarian: J.K. Rowling’s Magical Thinking is Censorship by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Librarian here. Our profession is, unfortunately, overrun with the woke. Not even ten years ago, the rule was, “your politics and religion are left at the door because you are to be an impartial resource for people.” In the last few years it’s shifted to, “you need to be a voice for the oppressed, share a common political ideology, and make those politics impact every facet of your work.” Likewise, “libraries should contain things that offend everyone. Intellectual freedom is a right” has become “don’t you dare include or promote someone whose opinions differ from the narrative we’re pushing.”

It’s not only personally frustrating, but professionally maddening.

Stating a few basic facts about the Kyle Rittenhouse case and then noting the toxicity of the left's current behavior will now yield you a permanent ban from Reddit for posting "violent content." by LesbianOutlaw in MeanwhileOnReddit

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I had to walk away from the left and am politically homeless. I can’t get down with the detachment from reality, censorship, or violence. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Stating a few basic facts about the Kyle Rittenhouse case and then noting the toxicity of the left's current behavior will now yield you a permanent ban from Reddit for posting "violent content." by LesbianOutlaw in MeanwhileOnReddit

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You got banned for this?? Good lord. I reported several accounts of transwomen making graphic rape threats to women and the most that ever happened is a comment being deleted. But, to the left, it’s only violence if you’re not on their side. It’s maddening.

OUTRAGEOUS - GC speakers harassed by BLM activists in London - Trans, Inc. hijacking other good causes! by BEB in GenderCritical

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Here’s the About section from the BLM website: https://blacklivesmatter.com/what-we-believe/

Unsurprisingly, they recognize gender identity as a category worth protecting and don’t acknowledge sex. There’s a fair bit to about the trans community and one half-assed sentence about women.

Bonus: LGB people are a “sexual identity” and “queer,” which are two things that immediately make me not trust an organization.

My report from London today by CastleHoward in GenderCritical

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If you spend all your time having to think about everything you do to make sure you aren’t an asshole, you might be an asshole. Likewise, if you have to devote that much energy to not being and looking like a man, you might just be a man.

On ActualLesbians... transbians interrupt a discussion about vaginas to complain about not having one by TarshishJupiter in WhatAboutMyGirlDick

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Omfg. Can they not make even one thing about themselves just once?

Mixed feelings: Man that orchestrated the fall of True Lesbians in reddit (among others) is being doxxed by ghostraider in Lesbians

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Live by the doxx, die by the doxx.

I’m generally not a fan of doxxing, but if all you do is bully and doxx people, then you have it coming.

Have you tried engaging in discussion with lesbians you know about the state of the lesbian community/LGBTQ “community”/genderism? by yousaythosethings in Lesbians

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Okay, you have made the Deep South sound sane, which is a feat.

Oh, I saw the Louis Theroux episode where he visited Ruby Ridge. It seemed...crazy. But, I didn’t realize it had fallen apart.

It really sounds like you’re living in the ultimate extremes of the American experience.

Have you tried engaging in discussion with lesbians you know about the state of the lesbian community/LGBTQ “community”/genderism? by yousaythosethings in Lesbians

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I’m both fascinated and terrified by whatever is happening in your corner of the world.

Have you tried engaging in discussion with lesbians you know about the state of the lesbian community/LGBTQ “community”/genderism? by yousaythosethings in Lesbians

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You’re bold and I like you.

Here are my small rebellions. 1. Refusing to use the LGBTQ or LGBT acronyms. I know it’s petty, but I think it’s important that we separate ourselves from TQ as much as possible. I work for a large library system and I’m quietly working to rebrand all of our pride materials as individual entities.
2. Asking people to not call me queer. This has, oddly enough, come up a few times with my coworkers. I’m politely letting people know that I don’t like being called a slur and prefer lesbian or homosexual. It’s started some conversations. I think people have walked away with the understanding that LGB people aren’t a monolith and we shouldn’t thoughtlessly use blanket terms. 3. Using “homosexual,” “same-sex attracted,” or “same-sex couple” as often as I can when it’s pertinent. (You know, without making it weird.) I want to reiterate that lesbians are homosexuals as much as I can. 4. Being vocally against cancel culture to the people in my life. Let’s be real, this has gotten so bad because people are afraid of being canceled. Supporting free speech and expression (even when I personally disagree) is something worth standing up for. 5. Refusing to call relationships between between transwomen and women lesbian. (Again, petty.) I don’t roll out calling them straight, but I will not validate them by letting them use our word. (Same for the gay equivalent.) This actually comes up a bunch in my life and I use partner or spouse to describe SOs for these cases. I just say relationship, marriage, or couple too. I don’t add a modifier. 6. Starting the tough conversations with people I’m close to. I’ve found the best way to do this is let the conversation come up naturally and making sure I stay calm and composed no matter what happens. I try not to sound incredibly authoritative, but ask questions to make people think. (Going for a Socratic approach.) So far, I haven’t lost anyone. My gf and I had a big fight about one issue, but we’ve talked through it.

Things that seem to have gotten through to people: A. If lesbian can mean attracted to females and feminine presenting males, what should women who are exclusively same-sex attracted call ourselves? B. Sex and gender aren’t the same thing. (When someone freaks out that I’ve said male or female. It’s kind of cheap, but playing into their language without directly confronting them seems to work.) C. Language is meant to describe, not be an ideal to belong to. If I can’t describe myself, what does that even mean?

I got outed by manto in Lesbians

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Jfc. I thought it was just my family that pulled the diary stunt.

What is the situation like? by votkriscan in Lesbians

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I live in a city in the American South. There’s not really a lesbian scene here. It’s kind of lonely.

Yes We Are on Ovarit by [deleted] in Lesbians

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Your username wins all the awards.

What is Your Ideal Date? by CJLez in Lesbians

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An art or history museum followed by coffee at a quiet place would be my ideal date.